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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 August 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDERTWiCII TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. 1.. To lessen as much as possible any liability to error in the transmission. of Messages from defec. tivre manuscript, it is desirable that the' use of Figures should be avoided, and that. words at length be substituted; and the public, in using the Electric Telegraph, are requested to be ,particular in giving a full and correct address to .every Mes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery may occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for special despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be hold strictly confidential. 4. Payment of Charges in advance will be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory Mes. sages on which the sender may have written the words "? Reply wil...
FLOOD IN THE MURRAY AND CAMPASPE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 August 1863
FLOOD IN THE MURRAY AND CAM- PASPE.— Our Echuca correspondent sends us the following information, dated Friday, the 21st of August :— The flood in the Compaspe this morning is higher than has been known at Echuca for seven years. On Tuesday night the water rose eighteen &nbsp; feet at Nine-mile point. Redman's hotel is surrounded with water, which is almost right across the road in front of it. A man this morning was employed with a boat to take people to the house. The Murray is thirty feet above summer level, and rising. At nine a.m. the water is slowly subsiding. Several people located on the banks of both rivers have been driven from their domiciles. Mr. Hop- wood had to put guys on the Campaspe bridge. — Bendigo Advertiser, August 24. The diplomatic action in Russo-Polish affairs in approaching a point when the Czar must decide between a great change in his conduct towards the insurgents and a war with the Western Powers. The barbarity of his commanders and soldiers tow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 August 1863
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1ýRS KING .Milliner and Draper, Alma House i. next Oriental Bank, High street, Heathcote D TAMES, CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker U., next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. PHDILIP ORUEMAN, Builder and Contractor, i.Huntley, near Sandhurst. fTHOMAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine. and .L Spirit Merchant, 'early -opposit Telegraph and Post offices,:Heathcote. E?'THCOTdfHOTEL;,High street, Heathcot' -JAMES HAY, proprietor. ElATHCOTE .FLOUR MILL Jenning T, street. ADAI:T. GIBSON. Fraiterer," Poulterer, and ...Greengrocer, High-street, Heathcote. L. IVERSON, Teacher of Music, Heathcote Hotel. &nbsp; 'IolVOR TIMES office, next Duncan and Co6's .111. Highstreet, Heathcote. Mr'. R. I MANUEL CONSULTING` MINING ENGINEER " t.i::- O Q60 UEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. N B.- For the special' information of' the writers of the Rodney Dispatch. IACK!.?CLOTH COATS, VESTS, AND .? TROWSERS, also dark Clothing Cleaned ad: repaired.' 'Orders left at Mrs, Wm L&Y'sB, MILLINER` AND DRESSMAIK...
THE CONUNDRUM NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 August 1863
THE CONUNDRUM NIGHT. On Saturday night last the Concert Hall at the Heathcote Hotel was crowded, and after a few songs, glees, and dances, and an overture or two, a' la Mozart, on the Piano, by Mr. Iverson, the stage was prepared for the reception of the Judges. Mr. Hay came forward amid applause and said,-" Gentlemen, the jug which I offer as a prize to the author of the best Conundrum to-night, is, now as it were in your hands; and it is necessary that you appoint Judges, say five or any number you please. When the Judges are elected, I shall hayse completed my part of the arrangements for the evening. I have refrained from contributing a Conundrum myself, and I decline to compete with you simply because I should not feel com- fortable if I were to win it back; it might be said that it never was intended to go to the public. I do not wish it to be under stood that I consider myself capable of winning it, but I refuse to enter into competition so as to prevent what may be considere...
Our Column. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
For those.r who have had a bad crushing thb? e whQ pansot get a crushing, those who have been puddling unpayable stuff, those who have been smining shicers, and those whol-eihustn5 wvill n.ot permit them to iaugl without a cause;--s What is that, wJhich has got feet and pails, bt no egs, tge or claws ?-?A yard wnesurens.ut .e , Enjoy the little you have, while the fool jp hunting for more. Te tI lty ofii lty uvnsatisfied credi tors ex eeds the secollection .of the oldest jhabitaut, " . bari l ppy Tomi, t .hear thie 'report that you have'shi?ceeded 'to-iit e landed property,"' said an old dolTlege chum, " And I," replied Tom, "ain soiry to say that it is groundless,' A bier.seller'3rote over his door, 11 Beat sold here." Tom Hood, who saw it, said it was spelt right because the fluid he sold was his own ' bruin." A beautiful lady having asked a plain elderl.?gentlemani to dance with her, ha, believing thut she was in love with him, in a very pressing manner desired to know why slte h...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
t:POST OFFICE, HEATIICOrE. -i LIST OF LETTERS re mainin Unclaimed at L-tEi Ofice, received duri g the wnsk eudier S eptember, 2nd, 1863: :Chvwick,.Thqma; Douglas, Mr.: Gi-berizz=d, Ahcny ; Gre-n, Wili m X.; ;I gging, John ; Ja:ksni. Jo;.ph-: Jo:.es.' Mr. R.; Mo ler lein r ch; ;.Walter,. John; Warve, Elias; Wilcock, Jo.eph,; Wright, William. S L. MlcINNES. Postoaster.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
GOVERNMDENT ADVERTISEMENTS V. R. ELECTORAL NOTICE. T HAT Printed Copies of Electoral Lists, for the Waranga Division, District of Rodney, and of the same Division of the Eastern Province, are in the possession of the undersigned, and ready for the inspection of any person interested therein, . without fee at all reasonable hours during the day time, until the day before the holding of the Revision Court here, (up to the 17th Sep tember inclusive), and a copy of revery such List can be obtained before the Revision thereof, on payment of the sum of one shilling for each copy. (By order), THOMAS JARDINE, Electoral Registrar.. Police Court, Rushworth, 24th August, 1863. 22 24 NOTICE. A T the request of several inhabitants of Heathcote and neighbourhood, to form an Odd Fellow's Lodge, of the Man chester Unity Independent Order of Odd Fellows, this is to give notice, that a MEETING will be held on Monday evening, 7th September, at 8 o'clock sharp, at the Union Hotel, Heathcote, for consid...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. SEPTEMBER. [September in Australia corresponds to March in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. SEPTEMBEH. (September in Australia corresponds to March in Great Britain.] KIITcEN GARDEN.-If our sugges tions have been carried out, there will be but few crops to put in this montih. Asparagus will be now in perfection. In cutting, be careful not to injure the neighbouring buds. Broad Beans.-A few more seeds may be sown for a succession. Pinch off the tops as they commence flowering. Kidney Beans.- If this month he warm a few seeds of early Dun may he tried, and White Prolific. Carrots.- Sow main crop of all sorts. Onions may still be sown with adyan tage. * Turnips.--Sow moderately. Parsnips.-Sow largely. Leeks.-Sow and plant out. Potatoes.-The main crop should be at once planted. The kinds should be Ash Leaf, Kidney, Silver skins, Early Frame, and Early Shaw. Where the haulm of any of tho early crops have been damaged by the frost, remove the injured leaves and draw earth up to them, they will con tinue to grow. This should not be done if the yo...
THE LEGEND OF THE PIG-FACED LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
THE LEGEND OF THE PIG-FACED LADY.-There can be few that have not heard of the celebrated pig-faced lady. whose mythical story is common to several European languages, and is most generally related in the following manner: A newly married lady of rank and fashion, being annoyed by the importunities of a wretched beggar-woman, accompanied by a dirty, squalling child, exclaimed . "Take away your nas-.v pig, I shall not give you anything !" Whereupon, the enraged beggar, with a bitter imprecation, re torted: "May your own child, when it S is born, be more 1;ke a pig thanmine !" And so, shortly afterwards, the lady gave S birth to agirl, perfectly, indeed beautifully, formed in every respect, save that its face, some say the whole head, exactly re sembled that of a pig. This strange child thrived apace, and grew to be a woman, giving the unhappy parents great : trouble and affliction-not by its disgust ing features alone, but by its hoggish manners in general. much easier to be magined t...
ANIMAL FOOD FOR CONDITIONING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
ANIMAL FOOD FOR CONDITrINING HonsEs.--ir. H. Forrester Leighton, of her Majesty's Indian army, writes in the SField' as follows :-"I shall feel obliged by your insertirng the following receipt for putting horses into condition. I have found it invaluable in India, where I used it for giving horses condition and wind at the same time. It never affected them either in training for turf or as hunters;. on the'contrary it enables them to endure fatigue.. A sheep's-head is taken an'i boiled-till almost in a gelaitinous state and well mixed ivith bran, sufficient for forming into balls. Foi, the first two or three days the horse must be fed by working the inixture. with the fingers between the ;,rinders. On the thid or forth day, he will readily eat it himself. One heal per per day, is sufficient allowi.nce, taking away one-half of the horse's corn. For corroberation of the etfficacy of the receipt, I beg to refer to H. H. Kennedy, Esq., of Clunny Ilouse, Perthshire. He has tried the rece...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
" NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. Municipa2 Council.-In the Council Chamber, at 3 li.m., on Wednesday, 16th September. Heathcote District Road Board.-Emeu Hotel, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, October 6th. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, September 8th. Mechanics' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half past 8 p.m., on Monday, September 7th. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-Odelds Commons.-at the Union Hotel, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, October 6th. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, October 2. AMUSEMENTS. Heathcote Hotel.-Various, every Mon day and Saturday evening. SNOTICE. M JR. JAMES BARNDEN, is our cor .. respondent at Redcastle. He w:li receive communications for this paper. NOTICE. MR. ROBERT GEORGE FOYSTER is appointed by the Proprietors of this Journal, their PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, all Advertisements.and Business Communi cations will in future be addressed to him. PUUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. SHONESTY IS THE .BEST POLICY. SFRIDAY, SEPTE...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
W'T are indebted to the Age of Friday, 28th instant, for a condenced report of the evi dence taken before the Mining Commission, which was created for the purpose of furnishing an excuse for rewarding Mr. Humphray for assisting to sell the people of Ballarat. We can believe our Melbourne contemporary that -the task of going over the document was anything but a light one. If the evidence is intended as advice to the Minister of Mines and Members of the Legislature, it is about as useful as that tendered to the old man with the donkey, and if acted upon, must produce a similar result. We must give every one of the parties examined credit for having said what Sthey thought, but that does not render the evidence more reliable. A great number consider the Mining Boards useless, and are in favor of codifying the mining laws, so as to make one general law to suit the whole of the Colony. It is the opinion of a large majority that the gold should not be sold with the land, and that a Bill f...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
(To the Editor of the Ilclvor Times.) Sin;-Some returned fugitive, I sus pect, in a letter signed "Advancement," which appeared in the last number of the \Tewus, sadly hbwails the apathy shown by our citizens with regard to prospecting for gold. Now, ifanybody complain of others being devoid of publio spirit, he himself ought atleast, I think, to be able to ren der a pretty satistactory account of his own conduct; no, but it is generally othir wise, and I have known the most notorious "fossickers" to inveigh mst loudly against " Shepherding," .or shirking the the work of testing the ground. As " Advancement" would not seem to be putting his own shoulders to the wheel; to be only scribbling, instead of furnishing any material aid in despatching a piros pecting party; I am reluctantly forced to the conclusion that he must belong to that sharp class of "Catohpennies," .with which this fine colony so numerously abounds ; that he would merely wish. to avail himself of opportunities. crea...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
-o ntuat týi. 1 Th? lites of gold ia £. 18s Gd per ounce. HEATHCOOT MARKETS. Mr Craven reports Wholesale prices as follows Best silk dreared Flour, £14 10s per ton. Wheat, Ga 9d per bushel. Seed Wheat. ( 61 ditto. Pollard; ls 93 ditto. - Bran. 1s 81 dirtt., S Ots [C(olonial] Gs 6d ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7a 6d ditto. Cape Barley, 6s 61 dittc. Best cut Chaff, 8s ditto. H-y, £8 5s. per ton. P?tatoes, £8 to £9 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
7:" -' " : - " BUSINESS DIREOTO IIYý llS KING Milliner and Draper, Also, House JIL next Orienital Bank, High street, Heathcote TAMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker U "next Orien:al Bank, l?eothcote. PT4ILIP' ORLIEMIIAN, Buisder and Contractor, ..1. 5Huntl,:near'Sandhurst. . Ti~f OM('S 'CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Winse :nd SI pirit Merchant,: nearly opposite' Tlegraph and Post offices. Heatlhote. ]fEATP.COTE HOTEL, ,Hgh street, Heithcote J1. -JAMES HAY, proprietor. fR EATHCOTE FLOUR' MILL Jenning : street. A DAM T. GIWBON. Froiterer, Poulterer, and 1. Green'grocer, fligh;stre t; Heathcoto.. T IVERSON, Teacher 'of- Music, Heathcote ., Hotel. "'|IVOR' TIMES: olfce,'next Duncan auil Co~es I` i1 High street, Heatheote. ,.,Mr.. :R. A ANU EL CONSULTING . MINING ENGINEER 60 QUEEN STREET, . - ? M. L . IOURNE. Bu11/-or the special information of the, writers of the Rodney Dispatch. : DLACK CLOTH COATS, VESTS, .AND .TROWSERS,. also .dark Glothing Cleaned. and repaired. Orders. left at Mrs. WuALE?i's...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
"NOTICl. On - andafter 23rd July, the followirg rates o Postage sill be chargneahe upon Lrttete for the United Kingdom' ?i Marefltes :-No: exeeoing lhalfan on c?, tenenece (l0d); ex. eedi g half an ounce but not tx eeding ou ce, one Eshllint and eigtpenco. (Is. 8d.); hbore one on ce but rot exceoidg tao ounres three Ahi li go a, d four S eace, (3o. 4d.) ; above two oun-es but rotr exc. d ngtbi.e on-ces, fir- eshliLs (54) Every ouce ifter the firs;, one shilling and eight, ence (ls. Sd.) L. MclINNES, , _..e .o. PO-T31asE. Post Offi e, Heathcote. July 23, 1863.
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
'POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARBIYAL AlND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILrS. The times appointed for the arrival and depar tureof-the Mails in Heathcote for 1833, are as under--- - From Melbourne, Kyneton, and Mlia Mir, daily Monday excepted, at 3 30 n.m. Closes for dispatch, sally, Sunday excepted, at 2"30 p.m. From Redeastle, Whreo, Rushlworth end Blur ebison, every Monday, Wednesday and Flidav, at 2.30-p.m. . Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed a:. meadayind Eriday, at 6 p.m. >x . "a .Fr, m Sandh urst, Wild Duck and Axedale, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1 30 p m. Closes for despatch on Tuesday, Thursday and . aturday, at 10 a.m. From Kilmore & PyalonZ, every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. Closes foi diepatchi every Tes ,day, rThursday, and Saturday, at 7"3-) a.m. From Costerfield, every Monday, Wedueedny & Friday. Closed for deePatch at 8 am. &ocerving Boxes-Mr J. Dougall's, Ilig'h stree t Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 2.15 p'm. Mr. Renwick's Argyle G...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863
Orighinta l a espatidc ce. While inviting communications on any current or interesting topic, we wish it to be distinctly un derstood that we do not bind ourselves to publish any letter. Nothing, however, will be rejected, if legibly writton, unless libellous, or too leonthy for our columns; or unless it soall appear for some other reason that it would be manifestly against the interests of our readers to insert it. It is requested that all letters intended for publica tion, be forwarded to this officeo before midday on Wednesday of each week. Rejected manuscript. is not preserved.